Aero Communications provides outsourced fulfillment, construction maintenance and project-based wireless infrastructure services to large cable and telecommunications companies throughout the U.S. At Aero, we pride ourselves in promoting a culture that challenges and engages each of our employees. Our customers are at the heart of everything we do! We are relentless in our continual pursuit to provide innovative solutions to our customer's concerns. We are currently seeking Aerial Technicians to work out of our location in Indianapolis, IN.
•Climb telephone poles and ladders, enter tunnels, buildings, vaults, trenches, attics, crawl spaces or man holes to place, maintain or remove wiring or equipment in remote and rough terrain locations. •Perform construction work such as digging holes, placing poles, laying fiber in the ground, unreeling, pulling and stringing wire and fiber from pole to pole by perceiving differences in wire and fiber colors to place fiber cable from NAPs through conduit or attach pole lines to customer business or distribution points. •Perform work with heavy-duty power equipment and hand tools in the construction, repair and maintenance of outside plant facilities by loading tools and equipment onto trucks and/or trailers. •Dismantle, move or remove aerial, underground or building wire, cable, associated equipment, poles and hardware as per the customer and supervisory order. •Move, lift, or pull weights of 100 pounds or more to operate power equipment such as compressors, pumps, blowers, winches and hydraulic equipment such as aerial lifts (buckets), diggers, directional bore rigs, and trenchers. Must be able to lift or move manhole covers or similar items. •Responsible for the correct, safe and efficient locating and marking of underground utilities by thoroughly searching for underground plant in an area. Properly mark the location and complete the necessary paperwork. •Complete and supply necessary documentation for daily reporting. •Perform various splicing operations on coaxial cable and fiber optic cable, if trained to do so.
•Able to read and understand maps and blue prints. •Able to read and understand written or verbal instructions and work orders. •Basic Microsoft Office computer skills. •Able to work outside in all types of weather. •Able to lift, handle, and carry an 80-pound ladder and meet ladder safety requirements. •Able to work at heights of 3-25 ft. •Able to frequently bend, stand, walk, sit, crawl, climb, and lift throughout each day. Required to reach with hands and arms; climb or balance; stoop, kneel or crouch to wire cables and string wire. •Able to operate bucket trucks and aerial lifts. •Must pass a background check, drug test, and motor vehicle check. •Must possess a valid driver’s license.
About Aero Communications Inc
Headquartered in Canton, Michigan, Aero Communications, Inc. offers customer focused technology solutions to broadband and wireless providers, businesses, public venues, government facilities, and residential subscribers. Aero is a customer focused organization providing a full-service of design and engineering solutions to their customers.
Aero Communications provides outsourced fulfillment, construction maintenance and project-based wireless infrastructure services to large cable and telecommunications companies throughout the U.S. At Aero, we pride ourselves in promoting a culture that challenges and engages each of our employees. Our customers are at the heart of everything we do! We are relentless in our continual pursuit to provide innovative solutions to our customers’ concerns.
Aero specializes in the following areas:
Fulfillment Services: As a subcontractor to the major cable providers, Aero provides residential and commercial installation of cable, internet, phone, and security systems.
Outside Plant: The outside plant organization provides routine maintenance and repair of cable and fiber infrastructure, and cellular towers for customers in the cable and ce...llular industry.
Wireless Projects: An ever-evolving organization committed to implementing the latest technology applications for the customer’s business. The projects group provides a full-range of construction services from the installation of fiber networks to the erection of cellular towers. The group also installs Distributed Antennae Systems in indoor and outdoor venues.
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